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title Dealing with Images: IIIF
author Pietro Maria Liuzzo
licence Property of Universität Hamburg
link https://www.agoracommsy.uni-hamburg.de/room/11710453/material/11710556
description Dealing with Images: IIIIF Manuscripts in Beta Masaheft Producing, managing and exposing images Dealing with APIs
date 2020/05/21– 2020/05/21
language en
institution Universität Hamburg
focus https://w3id.org/encode/competences/IIIF
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medium Zoom
location Universität Hamburg
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